Latest Issue: September 2015
A major Lightning II milestone: the F-35B achieves initial operational capability with the US Marine Corps.
Mark Broadbent finds out about the newest evolution of the long-lived Let L-410.
Nigel Pittaway attended the roll-out ceremony of the first Australian EA-18G Growler.
JSTARS recapitalisation, Iraqi F-16s, AW169 certified, Iberia orders, P2E Typhoon flies.
Jim Dunn reports from Kingsley Field, Oregon, on this year’s edition of Exercise Sentry Eagle.
Robert F Dorr explains how South Korean and Japanese tankers highlight these countries’ expanding military roles.
MRJ MOVES FORWARD
Mark Broadbent details the planned testing for Japan’s new regional airliner.
Ian Harding visited RAF Coningsby for Exercise Indradhanush, the recent training event between India and the UK.
Nigel Pittaway reviews the latest developments in the Boeing P-8 programme.
From systems and weapons, to its use by the Royal Navy, Army Air Corps and Royal Marines, we look in depth at the UK military’s new advanced helicopter.
David Isby profiles the Kawasaki P-1 maritime patrol aircraft which recently made its international debut.
Alexander Mladenov details the biggest, heaviest and fastest swing-wing aircraft ever built, the Tu-160.
RAFALES OVER AFRICA
Henri-Pierre Grolleau witnesses Armée de l’Air Rafale frontline ops in Chad.
STRATOTANKERS OVER AFRICA
Henri-Pierre Grolleau describes the air refuelling support provided in theatre to Armée de l’Air Mirage 2000s and Rafales.
Alexander Mladenov outlines this year’s global sales effort for the Textron AirLand Scorpion.
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TRAINER
Dave Unwin flies the Grob G120TP.